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Jon Pertwee

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Everybody has their favourite Doctor. Mine is Jon Pertwee. The things I like about the Third Doctor most is his Holmesian dress sense with his array of jackets with shoulder capes and frilly shirts. The only people who could ever pull off wearing a frilly shirt is The Beatles, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix and Paul Weller. Also his mannerism appealled to me. He had a tendency to rub his chin whenever mulling something over. His contempt for authority figures. His love for gadgets such as his yellow model T "Bessie" and "The Whomobile". But just Jon himself. Much like his successor Tom Baker (another favourite of mine) he seemed very much at ease in the role.

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Jon, like most of the Doctor's, has remained loyal to the show and the fans after his time in The TARDIS. In the early nineties he appeared in the dreadful 30th Anniversary special "Dimensions In Time" along with the other four living Doctors at the time. And he appeared alongside Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith) and Nicholas Courtney (The Brigadier) for two BBC radio drama's "The Paradise of Death" and "The Ghosts of N-Space". Both written by former Doctor Who producer Barry Letts. Although, they weren't overly brilliant productions, I liked them and they had some rather fun moments.

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Sadly, Jon passed away five years ago. He was a great actor and a great Doctor. And he'll aways be best remembered for his wit and the sense of fun he brought to the role. He is and always will be the Doctor.


Terror of the Autons (all time fave episode):
This is not only my favourite episode in Jon Pertwee's time as the Doctor, but my favourite Doctor Who episode of all time. Not only is it written by my favourite Doctor Who writers Robert Holmes, but it also introduces one of my favourite villians; The Master. I recommend if you have never seen Jon Pertwee's Doctor or have never seen Doctor Who before to get this episode. It's terrific!!




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Favorite Episodes

.Terror of the Autons (my all time favourite episode)
.The Silurians
.The Mind of Evil
.The Claws of Axos
.The Daemon
.The Three Doctors
.Frontier in Space
.The Time Warrior
.Planet of the Spiders


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